The rise of digital music threatens one of the greatest canvasses of art seen in the 20th Century - the record sleeve.
Karen Tsang's insight:
While researching into music album covers for our music video, I found this website which shows the '50 coolest album covers'. I found it really useful as it shows many of the music albums that have made a great impression on the music industryover the years. I have realised that not all album covers show the image of the band nor the name of the album due to the popularity of the band or the marketing and advertising that had already been done before hand. The image of the cover can also show the characteristics of the band or the music genre for example like indie, rock or punk. We realised that music album covers are very important as they help convey messages directly to audiences and help speak for the band.
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